Four players on the Nets, Lakers' last opponent, test positive for coronavirus

Four players on the Nets, Lakers' last opponent, test positive for coronavirus

He has received blame for infecting Donovan Mitchell but given how coronavirus can spread, it is well within the realm of possibility that the latter received it from another player, official, or someone else he may have crossed paths with. He said getting swabbed was so uncomfortable that it left him in tears.

"I'm asymptomatic, you know, I don't have any symptoms. I have no symptoms, which is a unique situation".

"And, now, I think just like the rest of the world, it's hard to take anything more than day by day". You may seem fine, be fine and you never know who you may be talking to, who they may be going home to'. Mitchell Sr.'s test was negative.

Gobert, who says he's feeling "a little better, ' has since publicly apologized to the people he 'may have endangered" last week.

The Nets did not identify which players have tested positive.

There now are seven known cases of coronavirus in the National Basketball Association. Of course, that player was Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz.

It has not been proven that Mitchell contracted the virus from Gobert. All four are now in isolation and under the care of team doctors.

"I wish I would have took this thing more seriously and I hope everyone else will do so", he said on Sunday.

He could miss the game for much longer.

The NBA suspended its season last week amid the outbreak.

The Jazz announced on Monday morning that Mitchell is making a donation to Granite School District in Salt Lake City to help students afford meals while schools are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

"For parents who may not have the money".

"I read what he said and I heard what he said".

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